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Ms. Sherene Williams

Head Of Department (Acting)


We envision the provision of students with qualitative and defining components of their studies. This package of courses is designed to challenge those preparing to teach, to reflect critically on the meaning of the act of teaching as well as the meaning of learning. Through these courses trainee teachers learn that their success depends on a permanent commitment to learning and training, as part of an ongoing appraisal of classroom practice.

The Department is committed to research and community outreach. This has propelled the members of the Department to be constantly involved in research and to be active participants of various research presentations and workshops. The members of the Department continue to serve the needs of many practicing schools as we collaborate in numerous professional development workshops and seminars.

Wisdom flashes the lightning amidst the clouds of the inner sky; one has to foster the flash, and preserve the light. That is the true sign of the “educated" person. (Anonymous)


Staff and Faculty Members:

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Dr. Tracey Ann Anderson

Practicum Officer


Dr. Sandra Anakie

Senior Lecturer


Mrs. Janet Major-Campbell

Guidance Counselor


Dr. Janett Singh

Quality Assurance Officer (Acting)


Mr. Cleon Foster

Lecturer (Acting)


Ms. Stacy Ann Gunter



                              Mr. Leon Foster

                              Lecturer (Acting)



                              Dr. Eric Bailey

                              Lecturer (Acting)

Professional studies: The professional studies programme comprises a cluster of courses including:


  • The Emerging Professional,

  • Child and Adolescent Development,

  • Classroom Management,

  • Assessment in Education

  • Education Technology,

  • Strategies of Teaching and Learning,

  • Introduction to Education Research,

  • Applied Research,

  • Philosophy of Education.

General education The General Education courses include:

  • Communication Skills 1&2,

  • Introduction to ICT,

  • Health & Family Life Education,

  • Content Area Literacy,

  • Foreign Language,

  • Media Literacy,

  • Citizenship,

  • Entrepreneurship,

  • Personal Development,

  • Introduction to Environment and Sustainable Development,

  • Foundations of English Grammar.


Teaching Practice is one of the most critical components of the teacher education programme. It places priority on developing the ability of student – teacher to become an effective and reflective teacher. It provides the student- teacher with structured field experiences which includes: Year One Observation, Year Two Practicum, Year Three Practicum, Year Four Practicum

The unit has been involved in the following activities:

  • Partnership with the CTC Institute for Excellence in Leadership and Teacher Development.

  • Workshop for Primary Teachers - over 160 primary school teachers were trained on how to write performance tasks  

  • Ten (10) students got scholarships

  • Regional mini Special Olympics

  • Donation to neonatal ward at the Mandeville Hospital

  • Executive day 

  • Research 

  • Workshops in schools for in-service teachers

  • Prep for PEP


Mrs. Tamaci Bell

Liaison Officer (Acting)


Mr. Shawn Wright

Research Officer (Acting)


Ms. Daneille Green 

Lecturer (Acting)


Ms. Nadine Newman

Lecturer (Acting)

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